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Australia is absent and the AACTAs won't help a reboot. Watch The Disaster Artist take off.
See-Saw, Porchlight and Transmission bet on a secular audience for a version of Christianity under modern scrutiny.
A new exhibition, the latest in the Winter Masterpieces series, will explore the many screen adaptations of Lewis Carroll’s book to date.
Slow weekend - we are in early summer and the need for aircon and choctops has not yet bitten. Go and see Lucky.
Creative team announced for Gold Coast Games; new Patron at Metro Arts; future-proofing JUTE Theatre Company; changes at UNSW Art & Design, and more.
RMIT took over the Capitol Cinema but without the money to refurbish it. Finally, we are seeing some action, and an appeal for funds.
The climax of the long annual struggle to assemble the multicultural, multilingual, multipurpose APSA's turned into a home country fairytale with some lovely glass for the mantelpiece.
The superhero team-up film gets the DC gang together in a routine, choppy and dull fashion.
Three Summers hangs in, just, while Mountain pokes through the clouds again.
US market picks up while Mountain and Ali's Wedding are off the radar. But they may still be on a screen near you.
The first of his Dark States series is Heroin Town, in which Louis visits Huntington, West Virginia, a place where statistics state one in four people are addicted to opiates.
A New Approach appoints Program Director; new Curator for Ian Potter; new Executive Director for Queer Film Festival, and a shuffle in the top end.
Richard Sowada is utterly immersed in the exhibition sector. It seems to be shrinking like an old balloon.
Screen composer Bryony Marks talks feelings, order, rhythm and motherhood in the screen sector.
The event will focus on bolstering the mental health and wellbeing of artists working in the performing arts and screen industries.
The Japanese Film Festival has become really interesting, and morphed into a subtitled pan-Asian annual adventure.
Bathe in twenty of the best Australian compositions for film, chosen by Andrew Urban, based on the winners of the Screen Music Awards. Lots of clips!
Julie Bishop and RatPak, a sorceress of popular movies, Free TV muscles up, and Michelle Guthrie to talk tots with head of Beeb in public.
Research, rehearsal, performance and winding down: Lex Marinos shares an insider's view of life as a jobbing actor.
'What are you, mighty mountain? Before Zerubbabel you will become level ground.' But only then, if audiences have their way.
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